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Drupal 6 MD5 Password Reverse Lookup

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Drupal 6 MD5 Password Reverse Lookup
The ethics or reverse engineering your users passwords are at best questionable but I have recently had a case to do so ethically as the site used a 3rd party API to which the password was sent when the user logged in to a Drupal 6 site. This old system is clearly not very well thought through as it sends un-encrypted user data via http but this is not the point of this post. As I needed to get some real data from the API I had no choice to look-up the MD5 hashed passwords form the Drupal 6 database to gather a good batch to work with. Please note this is only intended to help people facing similar issues and not designed to hack people's facebook or bank accounts!

Drupal auto login

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Drupal auto login
I have lots of different Drupal sites I have to log in to on a regular basis and remembering what password I am using at any given time is impossible, my Chrome often gets my passwords wrong as well so to make my life easier I have written a tampermonkey script to log me in to my Drupal sites automatically.  I also generally use a batch file if I have to open many sites at the same time so I have included that here as well, typing my password out 17 times becomes very tedious!  Batch file for opening multiple incognito chrome tabs  FOR %%A IN ( http://site-1.co.uk/user http://site-2.co.uk/user http://site-3.co.uk/user http://site-4.co.uk/user http://site-5.co.uk/user

Auto hide annoying Facebook posts

Auto hide annoying Facebook posts
My Facebook has been littered with what can only be described as spam relating to the Apple announcements about some more things they are going to be selling or something like that.   I am not an Apple fan and do not care less about this so I thought there must be an easy way to hide this kind of thing but I didn't find anything so I decided to make something to do it for me.   This is a super simple JavaScript GreaseMonkey or TamperMonkey script for scanning your Facebook feed and deleting the nodes form the DOM that contain a string that you have decided is annoying.

Compare module statuses of different Drupal sites

Compare module statuses of different Drupal sites
Recently I have had a problem that occurred on one of a suite of multilingual Drupal sites all based form the same code base, this was reasonably annoying as I knew it must be something to do with the configuration of modules in the database and that I would have to manually check the differences. To make this job easier and to provide myself with a useful tool in case this ever happens again I decided to make a script that did all the work of comparing the differences for me.    This is at this time by no means a finished or perfect solution to the issue of how to compare the status of different modules across different sites, just a first step to what if I need can

Jenkins Auto Login

Jenkins Auto Login
Jenkins is a very useful and highly configurable CI system used by most developers at some point in their working lives. For the most part it is excellent but the one thing that I find very annoying is having to login every time I open my Jenkins interface in my browser.  To this end and to save those valuable seconds when you are busy I have created a login script for tampermonkey so when you are logged out of your Jenkins you will be automatically logged strait back in and this includes when you open it up on a clean browser instance. 

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